January Squares: Osprey in Flight

This is my day 14 contribution to Becky’s January Squares: Light photo challenge and day two of my Flight sequence.

An Osprey with a White Sucker in flight along the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton, Ontario. I was considering going with White in Flight or Sucker in Flight as the fish is a White Sucker but neither really make sense. I should also explain that sucker is the Canadian name for a lollipop.

July Squares: Flying in front of Blue.

Waves in (Mostly) Monochrome

One image came to mind almost instantly when I read Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Moving Water prompt.

It was this image of a wave on the Georgian Bay shoreline taken at sunrise. The colour original on Kodachrome has been giving me grief since I did the first scan of it. Multiple scans and copies later it’s still giving me grief. If I get the colour of the wave looking correct the stones look wrong and vice versa. So I decided to try a selective colour treatment, converting most of the image to monochrome apart from a handful of the pebbles.

Cee's Black and White Photo Challenge: Moving Water

 

A different wave from the same location. I did a straight monochrome conversion of this shot trying to maintain the sense of movement in the water.

Cee's Black and White Photo Challenge: Moving Water

A Photo a Week Challenge: Opposite Weather

This is my contribution to the A Photo a Week Challenge: Opposite Weather.

I was in a monochrome mood when putting this post together. Two photos taken six months and on opposite sides of the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario.

The Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton on a hot summer day.

A Photo a Week Challenge: Opposite Weather

 

A frozen and snow covered Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise on a cold winter day.

A Photo a Week Challenge: Opposite Weather